Win The Talent Scarcity Fight: How To Recruit And Retain For Hard-To-Fill Positions
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A recent survey by Manpower's Right Management group found that more than 50 percent of U.S. employers are having a tough time filling "mission critical" positions. That's an increase of 14 percent from 2010.
What jobs seem to be the toughest to fill? According to the survey, sales reps, engineers, and those in the skilled trades.
It may seem odd that so many employers are struggling to find well-qualified candidates during this time of high unemployment. But there has always been a misalignment between the skills most applicants possess and the skills the organization needs.
In addition, workers may be seeking more in terms of pay and benefits than the your organization is prepared to offer. And small- to mid-size employers are particularly vulnerable to talent shortages.
What can you do if you're finding yourself on the short end of the talent crunch?
Join us for a practical, informative webinar and you'll learn:
- Effective ways to alert a pool of well-qualified, well-matched applicants to your organization's attractiveness
- The types of roles that may be toughest to fill - and how to overcome the challenges
- Signs that your top talent may be looking to jump ship
- How to convince top-notch employees that they're better off staying - and thriving - at your organization
- The relationship between compensation and talent shortages - and why offering more money may not be the answer
- Personalized incentives that attract and retain top talent
- How to evaluate your recruitment methods to be sure you're keeping pace with the evolving skill sets necessary to perform critical roles
- How to make sure your openings align with the skills you're asking of your talent pool
- How to be sure leadership is creating the right environment to get the most of your employees' talent
- How to keep training and development programs aligned with evolving expectations from top applicants
- Experiential development programs that stretch employees' capabilities before they acquire experience
- What to do if you just can't fill a role, regardless of how hard you've tried
In just 90 minutes, you'll learn how to find the best candidates to fill mission critical positions so you can keep your organization moving forward. Register now for this interactive event.
About your Speaker:
Brandon Cherry is a Principal with Hay Group, where he assists clients with the design and implementation of cash incentives, equity-based incentives, group incentives and executive pay strategies. He helps senior management and compensation committees define their total compensation strategies and deliver competitive compensation packages to employees and executives in various industries including semiconductor, software, biotech and financial services. Cherry is also an instructor for the Northern California Human Resource Association's continuing education program, currently teaching "Introduction to Annual Incentive Plan Design," and is a contributor to WorkSpan magazine.
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